Pronunciation of Word
/wˈɜːd/, /wˈɜːd/, /w_ˈɜː_d/

Synonyms for word:

Good Book

good book.

Holy Scripture

holy scripture.

Holy Writ

holy writ.



Sense 1

rhubarb, solemn word, home truths, scrap, signal-to-noise ratio, data, factoid, particular, lexis, clue, common knowledge, intricacy, directive, specifics, gleanings, breakdown, particularity, A to Z, practicality, traffic, Tiding, material, commandment, record, part of speech, tittle-tattle, score, technicality, predicate, publication, talebearing, the lowdown, vocab, public property, fact, nugget, titbit, locution, entry, content, coverage, the ins and outs, detail, command, raw, whisper, propaganda, case, background, Gossipry, run-in, trivia, language, the last word, result, stuff, tidbit, signal, findings, stock, padding, bearer.

Sense 2

message, mandate, altercation, scuttlebutt, saying, behest, quarrel, tiff, controversy, hearsay, injunction, debate, vow, couch, shoutout, letter, polemic.

Sense 3

lyric, rumor, spat, note, hassle, disagreement, expression, contention, gossip.

Sense 4

covenant, bidding, wrangle, usage, argument, communication, instruction.

Sense 5

utterance, dispute, scoop, report, guaranty, engagement.

Sense 6

statement, express, warrant, law.

Sense 7

direction, chorus.

Sense 8

thing, difficulty.

Sense 10


Sense 12


Word of God

word of god.







part of speech




Other synonyms and related words:

padding, watchword, controversy, story, dish, news, communication, hassle, difficulty, clue, articulate, give voice, couch, vocab, develop, son, discussion, reciprocation, part of speech, epigram, countersign, commandment, bible, proverb, expression, tittle-tattle, dictate, saying, neologism, forge, tidings, say, dispute, formulate, findings, statement, engagement, book, lexis, explicate, chorus, synonym, paronomasia, particular, saw, adage, letter, faith, run-in, Tiding, rhubarb, edict, publication, nugget, spat, case, troth, parole, advice, byword, traffic, discourse, stock, tidbit, holy writ, instruction, warrant, stuff, direction, express, talebearing, particularity, logos, shoutout, put, debate, gen, whisper, specifics, utterance, decree, backchat, behest, item, vow, coverage, enunciate, argument, pronounce, tiff, good book, affirmation, directive, scripture, excogitate, message, score, rumor, contrive, scuttlebutt, talk, law, intelligence, disagreement, buzz, apothegm, phrase, give and take, aphorism, solemn word, word of god, vocalize, information, holy scripture, scoop, signal, data, uncos, invent, usage, result, report, devise, altercation, enounce, vocalise, mandate, maxim, hearsay, newsworthiness, covenant, word of honor, raillery, order, gleanings, content, remark, injunction, wrangle, command, gossip, guaranty, cry, language, bidding, interchange, password, lyric, quarrel, Gossipry, locution, banter, tattle, note, polemic, contention, info, thing, DO, predicate, charge.

Sense 1 (noun)

locution, detail, A to Z, findings, data, fact, utterance.

Sense 2 (noun)

clue, talk, statement.

Sense 5 (noun)


Sense 6 (noun)

message, lyric, shoutout, chorus, communication.

Sense 7 (noun)

usage, language, lexis, covenant, vow, guaranty, warrant, vocab, engagement, solemn word.

Sense 8 (noun)

direction, bidding, directive, dictate, injunction, behest, charge, mandate, command, commandment, order, instruction.

Sense 9 (noun)

advice, Tiding, scoop.

Sense 10 (noun)

talebearing, tittle-tattle, Gossipry, tattle, scuttlebutt, hearsay, report, gossip, rumor.

Sense 11 (noun)

hassle, run-in, polemic, tiff, altercation, wrangle, dispute, quarrel, contention, difficulty, argument, spat, controversy, debate, disagreement, rhubarb.

Sense 12 (noun)

couch, put, express.

assurance (noun)

security, insurance, warranty, promise.

authority (noun)

say, command.

authorization (noun)


behest (noun)


coinage (noun)


command (noun)

bidding, order, charge.

guarantee (noun)

lien, insurance, affirmation, safeguard, promise, assurance, pledge, security, bond, contract, countersignature, collateral, token, certification, warranty, guarantee, oath.

language (noun)


news (noun)


promise (noun)

solemn word, oath.

talebearing (noun)


tidings (noun)

report, message, tidings, advice, information.

verbalization (noun)


word (noun)

oath, directive, scripture, word of honor, byword, communication, lexicon, gossip, discourse, holy writ, dictate, locution, password, edict, terminology, articulate, saying, charge, solemn word, affirmation, thesaurus, discussion, proverb, tidings, guarantee, order, intelligence, engagement, commandment, message, assurance, vow, nomenclature, scuttlebutt, decree, phrase, injunction, usage, formulate, bidding, remark, name, give and take, advice, book, good book, son, saw, verbiage, news, utterance, report, watchword, rumor, talk, pledge, countersign, hearsay, bible, parole, expression, warrant, jargon, term, mandate, logos, information, vocabulary, behest, word of god, signal, adage, holy scripture.

word of honor (noun)


Usage examples for word:

  • " One word will do. - "Man and Wife", Wilkie Collins.
  • Yet she did not speak a word. - "The Turnstile", A. E. W. (Alfred Edward Woodley) Mason.
  • Esther was as good as her word. - "Esther", Henry Adams.

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